The RPI or Ratings Percentage Index is used to determine the relative strength of college basketball teams. It consists of three factors. 1. winning percentage 2. opponents winning percentage 3. opponents opponents winning percentage. Home games are weighed at 1.3 and road games at 0.7.
Kentucky has 7 national titles and Kansas has 3. Kentucky has 2023 victories and 638 losses with a winning percentage of .760. Kansas has 2003 victories and 796 losses with a winning percentage of .716. No team has a better winning percentage than Ky. The answer is obvious. Kentucky over the years has better teams.
There are 336 teams in men's college basketball.
How many college basketball teams played in 1939
there are 460 womens college basketball teams
http://espn.go.com/mens-college-basketball/teams ... It's a list of all College Teams of all divisions
Currently there are 265 Division II college basketball teams.
To the best of my knowledge, Boise State.
Obviously, there are only NBA teams in the NBA, not college teams.
Ratings Percentage Index (RPI) It ranks teams on wins and losses and strength of schedule.
Ratings Percentage IndexThe Rating Percentage Index (RPI) has been used by the NCAA since 1981 to supplement the selection of at-large teams and the seeding of all teams for the NCAA basketball tournament.Ratings percentage index
College basketball lines can be viewed by going on the college website. From there, you can find the basketball teams and bet which one will be the champion.
The Rating Percentage Index is a quantity used to rank sports teams based upon a team's wins and losses and its strength of schedule. In its current formulation, the index comprises a team's winning percentage (25%), its opponents' winning percentage (50%), and the winning percentage of those opponents' opponents (25%). The opponents' winning percentage and the winning percentage of those opponents' opponents both comprise the strength of schedule (SOS). Thus, the SOS accounts for 75% of the RPI calculation and is 2/3 its opponents' winning percentage and 1/3 times its opponents' opponents' winning percentage.
This question needs a "qualifier". Such as "for teams with at least 10 appearances"... As it stands, there are several teams with a 0% winning percentage. Most have attended 5 or less bowl games and some have never attended. http://kiko13.com/cflrankings/allrecords.htm
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Including the playoffs, he is 53-57 as of today.